Transformative Teacher Collaboration

 

Overview

 

Session 1

Co-Planning Assessments

 

Session 2

Co-Planning to Differentiate Instruction

 

Session 3

Co-Planning Deliverables

 

Session 4

Co-Teaching Models


 

When/Where

November 14, 21, 29, and December 6, 2022

4 group sessions

120 mins per session

5 pm - 7 pm (ICT)

Online (Zoom)

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Workshop Fee

(register by Nov 12, 2022)

 

Individual

USD 350 per participant

Group (5 or more participants)

Email navin@ksipd.com

Facilitated by

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Tan Huynh is a career teacher, consultant, and author specializing in language acquisition and literacy development.

Tan has taught students from 5th to 10th grade in public, private, charter, and international schools.  He has served as a language specialist and as a secondary social studies teacher.


 
Background
When teachers collaborate from their expertise, multilingual students learn in a more equitable and inclusive environment. If teacher collaboration is underutilized, multilingual students might not be able to access the content nor be successful in engaging with learning experiences.
 
With teacher collaboration, we fulfill the promise that multilingual students can learn content and develop academic English language at the same time. As a result, we drastically transform the learning
experiences for multilingual students.
 
Target Audience

Language acquisition specialists, EAL specialists, K-12 teachers, Instructional coaches

Session 1
Co-Planning Assessments

Describe the collaborative instructional cycle and explain how co-planning and co-assessing are intertwined.

After the session, participants will be able to co-plan a scaffolded summative assessment from scratch.

Session 2

Co-Planning to Differentiate Instruction

Differentiate an assessment during co-planning.

After the session, participants will be able to produce an assessment with built-in differentiation.

 

Session 3

Co-Planning Deliverables

Describe different co-planning deliverables.

After the session, participants will be able to structure collaboration through a lens of co-planning deliverables.

Session 4

Co-Teaching Models

Describe different co-teaching models and their purposes.

After the session, participants will be able to align specific co-teaching models to the teaching intentions.

This course is founded on these theoretical frameworks:

Collective Teacher Efficacy: The more teachers believe their actions can lead to instructional gains, the more achievement is made by students (Hattie, 2016). 


Collaborative Instructional Cycle: A framework for structuring sustained, effective teacher collaboration focused on instruction design (Honigsfeld & Dove, 2019).

 

FAQ

If I cannot make it for the workshop, will you offer a refund?

Given the logistics involved we will not be able to offer a refund, but you can transfer your registration to somebody else. Or we can also send you the recording (limited time).  

 

If I cannot attend a session of the workshop due to work commitments,

will there be a recordings?

Yes, recordings will be available for 2 weeks. 

Do you offer Continuing Education Credits?

No.

Will I get a certificate of participation?

Yes.